The guiding principal of this Steppenwolf production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, directed seamlessly by Pam MacKinnon, is to return to the text, avoid grandstanding and shoot for realism.
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"I shun the normal and the commonplace," proclaims Cyrano de Bergerac, writer and duelist. "My style comes from within!" This production, as Cyrano is fond of saying, is loaded with panache.
I sometimes wonder why the majority of them do it. But I thank them all because without someone to produce the theater there would be no theater. This fall/winter the producers presenting work run the gamut from newbies to vets.
NEW YORK — Guess who is smelling a return to Broadway? "Cyrano de Bergerac."
Roundabout Theatre Company said Monday that it will mount a new pr...
Male soul, R&B, and hip-hop artists have long served as Cyranos for brothers who can't seem to express the right sentiments without digging a deeper hole.
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Unfortunately common sense is the least common of the senses.
In the eighty-one years the Academy has been handing out awards, just 14 Hispanics have been nominated for acting Oscars. The last was Adriana Barraza in 2007 for Babel.
The year just past was a notable one in the career -- and surely also the life -- of Kevin Kline. Notably busy, and at times disappointing. But ultima...
So how did Jennifer Garner feel after making her Broadway debut Thursday night?
"I'm ready for a glass of wine!" she said while making her way into t...
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